Access to the Johnson's Pasture entrance to the Wilderness Park is in danger right now, and the Claremont Wildlands Conservancy needs your help.
Please join us at the next meeting of the Traffic and Transportation Committee Meeting (Thursday, September 22, 7:00pm.) to oppose an effort to restrict parking on Claraboya's public streets. more >
The Claremont Wildlands Conservancy's newest board member, Antonio Sanchez, reports on a recent conversation with the CWC board's eldest member, Georgeann Andrus. more >
Last Tuesday night, May 10, the City Council passed the final version of the Master Plan and Implementation Plan for the Wilderness Park. Those of us in the Claremont Wildlands Conservancy would like to thank all of you who supported our efforts to create a viable Master Plan that will pave the way to conserve the natural beauty of the Park, maintain access for all those who wish to visit, manage the Park in ways that achieve the goals of the Master Plan, provide sustainable funding, and look towards the future by seeking to expand the Park through acquisition of adjacent properties. more >
The City has published its final versions of the Master Plan and its Implementation Plan for management of the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park.
These are the versions that the Claremont City Council will review, next Tuesday, May 10th.
We at the Claremont Wildlands Conservancy will also be reviewing the two documents, in order to offer our perspective at the City Council meeting.
We invite you to look over the two plans, and to attend the meeting to share your perspective.
Read the Master Plan here.
Read the Implementation Plan here.
Alongside the CWC's official response to the draft of the Wilderness Park master plan, this Fall members of the Conservancy's board of directors have also written letters to Claremont's mayor, its city council, and relevant city staff members on a variety of topics related to the master plan. Copies of these letters have also been published in the Claremont Courier. These letters have focused important issues including park funding, expansion, governance, access, and community benefits. more >
CWC Speaker Series: Birds of Claremont (Aug 25, 2015)
Befriending the Loop (Apr 29, 2015)
CWC Speaker Series: What's That Plant? (Apr 10, 2015)
CWC Speaker Series: Celebrating Hillside Resources (Nov 5, 2014)
CWC and Prop P (Oct 15, 2014)